A little help, if any of you know the answer. I am writing on a Google Chromebook right now. I have attempted to compose a hub and can't seem to add capsules beyond what is already there. Usually if I hover between two capsules an option comes up to add one. That is not happening on this device. I remember that I had the same problem when I wrote on this chromebook before. Does anyone know if this can be corrected or if I will have to find a way to get on another computer to at least add a bunch of blank capsules to use later? Thanks!
I've had that problem happen a number of times when using my iPad. The problem always cleared up by the next day. But the immediate solution was exactly what theraggededge just mentioned.
The "picker" on the right always worked for me when the hover method didn't work. It adds the new capsule at the bottom, so if you want it somewhere else you just have to move it up until you get to the position you want.
I couldn't think of the right word, but I suppose it'll do.
Ha ha. I couldn't think of what it is called either. So I went with "picker" as you had used. I'm sure Natalie will understand what it means.
Thanks all! The "Picker" got the point across and another hub is in the hopper! Appreciate the help!
It's a common problem. But, Glenn Stok is right. I also use "picker" (the capsule adding tool on the right-hand side when composing the hub) whenever the browser doesn't work.
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